September 05, 2014

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Screenshot of Intersection

Intersection features three panels of continuously shuffling satellite imagary.

Originally created for an exhibition with the Agitated Plovers Salon, Intersection went on to win the Canadian Urbanism Award at the Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) in September 2014, and was subsequently displayed across Toronto Subway stations in May 2015.

Randomly displaying images from a set of orthophotos, Intersection splices together three photos into a series of "almost" connections, as most images are not adjacent. However, as these photos were all cut from the same dataset, there is a possibility two will match up, and an even more remote possibility that three will match up, although I've never witnessed this.

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